"There was music here that would not have seemed out of place among the English pastoralists or in the Vienna of a century ago, tinges of jazz and folk elsewhere, and one piece, Millicent B James’s Come Show Them the River, that drew irresistibly on gospel and soul."
"[...] in Millicent B James Come Show Them the River, a constant pulse on silvery bells coloured a [her] text about self-healing [with sentiments] from Avatar: The Last Airbender, sung with gospel-ish intensity by the composer.
"The cinematic ‘Moyo/Ancestors’ is a bold opening to the record. A Swahili chant segues into an almost Disney-esque moment where the artist’s distinctive approach to storytelling begins [...]"
referring to debut EP, Moyo, Vol. 1 - released in 2020
Source: Pinkwafer.club | Michael Sandford
"There is a new generation of jazz musicians that have been reshaping and remoulding a genre that was once perceived as being reserved exclusively for the elitist listener. Of-course jazz has always been available for anyone to enjoy, however, with the breaking down of these imagined barriers, in recent years...[...]"